Inland Announces T-30 M1 .30 Caliber Carbine

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posted on December 8, 2016
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Inland Manufacturing has reintroduced the T30 M1 .30-cal. carbine, the predecessor to the M3 sniper version of the M1 Carbine of World War II, Korea and Vietnam.

Like the original World War II carbine, this new model comes fitted with a period-correct Redfield-style scope base welded to the receiver. Consumers can have it with or without the 2.5-power M82 sniper scope—a 7/8" diameter telescopic sight with post/horizontal hair reticle. The scope, manufactured by Hilux, replicates the Lyman Alaskan scope adopted by the military during World War II. While period correct on the exterior, the new Hilux scope has greatly improved optics for better light transmission and exceptional clarity, along with greater windage and elevation capabilities than the original.

Each Inland T30 comes with a period-correct clamp on a conical flash hider, oiler, magazine and sling. And while the original M1 Carbine held 3-6 MOA accuracy at 100 yards, the new Inland version is capable of 1-2 MOA accuracy.

Specifications
Weight
: 5.3 lbs. without scope, 6.0 lbs. with scope
Barrel length: 18"
Caliber: .30 Carbine
Capacity: 15 as sold (one magazine)
Stock: Walnut; low wood design
Scope: M82 sniper scope - 2 .5 power by Hilux with 7/8" tube
MSRP: $1,695 with Hi-Lux M82 scope and Redfield style rings
MSRP: $1,279 without scope-without rings
NOTE: The Inland T30 will also take 1" and 30 mm Redfield rings.

Find out more at mkssupply.com

 

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